Last year I interviewed an awesome artist named Patrick Leis. His works are some of the most amazing I’ve ever seen, but his medium is a little unconventional. Instead of painting on a canvas, Leis uses the human body to display his art. He’s won some pretty prestigious body-paint competitions, and models the world over are clamoring to work with him.
One of my favorite things about writing this article was researching Leis. In addition to being a painter, he’s also a writer, and he’s written more than a few books—-just not in English. If you Google him, you’ll see just how impressive his, ahem, body of work really is. But first you should read this article. Because I said please. (Please.)
To read my interview with Leis, which appeared in the October 2011 issue of Penthouse, click here.